One Size Does Not Fit All

Nelson, Bob
January 2007
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p35
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's views on ways to reward U.S. employees of different age groups. One way to publicly recognize workers aged 55 and over is to engrave a plaque with names of employees who have reached 10 or more years of service and display it prominently. Workers among the baby boom generation prefer incentives that give them more free time such as flexitime policies.


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